Análisis de polifenoles totales de semillas maduras y cultivos celulares de algunas variedades de cacao colombianas

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  • Luisa F. Rojas Universidad de Antioquia.
  • Julián Londoño Universidad de Antioquia
  • Adriana Gallego Universidad de Antioquia
  • Andrea Herrera Universidad de Antioquia
  • Carolina Aguilera Universidad de Antioquia
  • Lucía Atehortúa Universidad de Antioquia

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biotecnología vegetal, metabolitos secundarios, polifenoles, Theobrema cacao

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El propósito de esta investigación fue el establecimiento de suspensiones celulares de cacao (Theobroma cacao) para analizar el contenido de polifenoles totales en dos variedades de cacao colombianas y comparar estos resultados con el contenido total de polifenoles para las mismas variedades de campo. Los resultados finales mostraron que es posible producir gran cantidad de biomasa de cacao capaz de sintetizar los metabolitos sin perder sus propiedades organolépticas (olor, color y sabor), y producir un contenido aceptable de polifenoles totales comparado con las semillas naturales. este estudio preliminar es una perspectiva promisoria para la producción futura de antioxidantes y suplementar con ellos los productos derivados del cacao.

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Luisa F. Rojas, Universidad de Antioquia.

Sede de investigación universitaria (siu ). Torre I-210, Universidad de Antioquia. A. A. 1226. Medellín (Antioquia), colombia.

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2010-02-05

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Rojas, L. F., Londoño, J., Gallego, A., Herrera, A., Aguilera, C., & Atehortúa, L. (2010). Análisis de polifenoles totales de semillas maduras y cultivos celulares de algunas variedades de cacao colombianas. Actualidades Biológicas, 30(89), 1–7. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/actbio/article/view/4739

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